The first batch of tickets for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa go on sale tomorrow at 11am GMT. Prices range from a lowly £14 to £600 for a seat at the final, held in the Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg. Around 3 million tickets will be sold in 5 phases through the FIFA […]
If you fancy some dark humour on a Tuesday check out some work by the Glasgow based artist David Shringley.
At Quest Overseas we pride ourselves on having the best leaders in the business. Carefully selected they not only have a wealth of experience in the field but that little something extra that truly makes every Quest trip a ‘trip of a lifetime’! Matt Brimble our Bolivia leader demonstrated true leader brilliance only just […]
Check out some fantastic photos (like the one below) from the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia on the Times Online Travel website. This is the largest salt pan in the World and stretches to 10,582 km². The unique flat white landscape allows for some truly odd photos to be taken as all sense of perspective […]
On 21st April this year, a team of cricketers will journey to the Himalayas to take part in the highest cricket game on record. They will play at around 5,100m at Gorak Shep – the last stop on the way up to Everest Base Camp and the stunning Everest viewpoint of Kala Patthar. It may […]
Over the last two years the Zim dollar has seen an unprecedented billion percent inflation. Recently a $100 trillion dollar note was introduced and last year ten, yes ten zeros were slashed. This has caused chaos in a country that is already suffering. It has meant people struggle to buy food as their money becomes […]
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That’s right, after 5 months of being deprived of one of the nations favourite breakfasts the Quest office can now make toast! The XB8133 Kuhn Rikon can take up to 4 slices of thickly sliced bread at once and has a crumb tray and reheating function.
Despite all the problems in the Democratic Republic of Congo, gorillas are on the increase in Virunga National Park. According to a new census carried out by the Congolese Wildlife Authority there are now 211 gorillas in DRC which is thanks to 15 years and hard effort. None more so than the rangers who patrol […]
Today marks the first day of the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Ox, which is traditionally associated with calm, fortitude and success through toil…fitting for credit crunch times! As could be expected from the birthplace of the firework – the celebrations in Beijing were spectacular, with the World’s largest uncoordinated fireworks display being […]